Whether you're in search of something fun to do with the kids or you have a babysitter and are planning a night out, look no further because Patch editors have picked a variety of events taking place today and tomorrow to help you make the most of your weekend. Click on the headline of each for more information.
Sunday, Sept. 16
The annual Colonial Fair and Muster Day in Woodbury shows what it was like to live, play, eat and work during colonial times. To see photos and an article on the 2011 Colonial Fair & Muster Day, click here: .
There will be live performances and workshops of dance and music, art presentations, art workshops, activities for children, and lots of food. Click here for a schedule of events.
Family festival with live music by the blue grass band Wild Goose Nation, picnicking in the meadow, river and nature walks, local food vendors, kids’ activities, bird watching, raffle prizes and more.
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The Discovery to Cure Walk returns for the fifth year to Westport's Sherwoods Island State Park on Sept. 16, bringing together hundreds of people of all ages, including cancer survivors, dedicated to raising funds and awareness for ovarian cancer research.
Friday, Sept. 14 & Saturday, Sept. 15
- The Irish Heritage Society of Milford's Annual Milford Irish Festival will "Kick Off" on Friday, Sept. 14th with music by The AleHounds and Fenian Sons, food and drinks.
- On Saturday, the Festival gets into Full Swing with Irish Music by Stone Row, Broken Banjo Strings and the Highland Rovers.
- Children's activities from 11-6 will include face painting, arts and crafts, games and prizes, a Bounce House, and Rock climbing wall.
- For more information, click here: .
Saturday in Stratford, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. — — you'll get the chance to: Stop staring at your screen. Walk outside. Talk to artists. Look inside yourself and ask: "What am I looking at?"
Art takes us into the minds of the artist, true. But it's best used for getting to know ourselves.